2023 Western & Southern Open Live Streaming Online

The Cincinnati Masters, also known as Western & Southern Open for sponsorship reasons, is an elite level tournament that is played right before the US Open. It’s one of the Masters tournament that is played under the US Open Series and you can get the latest Cincinnati Open Live Streaming and the Cincinnati Masters live streaming options below.

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It is an important part of the US Open series, owing to its Masters 1000 status on the ATP tour and Premier 5 event on the WTA circuit.

The tournament has been played in Cincinnati, Ohio every year and attracted a lot of quality players from both the halves. However, in 2020, it was decided to shift the Western & Southern Open to New York and for it to be played in the lead-up to the US Open as a part of the same bio-secure bubble. It returned to Ohio in 2021.

The tournament was started in 1899, which makes this oldest tennis tournament in the United States that is still played in its original city.

For men, it is a part of ATP Masters 1000 series while for the ladies, it was a Premier 5 event which later became a WTA 1000 tournament on the WTA tour.

Having been first played in 1899, the event is attended by some of the most prominent names on both the circuits.

2023 Cincinnati Open Live Streaming Schedule

This section will be updated during the tournament. Below you can use the timings from the previous edition to get an idea about the schedule.

Please note the live stream and TV schedule for the Cincinnati Open below. Timings mentioned are in New York time (-4 hours GMT).

  • 11 am, August 12, 2023: Qualifying Round One
  • 11 am, August 13, 2023: Qualifying Final Round
  • 11 am, August 14, 2023: First Round Singles
  • 11 am, August 15, 2023: First Round Singles
  • 11 am, August 16, 2023: Second Round Singles
  • 11 am, August 17, 2023: Third Round Singles, First Round Doubles
  • 11 am, August 18, 2023: Quarterfinal Singles, Doubles
  • 11 am, August 19, 2023: Semifinal Singles, Doubles
  • 2 pm, August 20, 2023: Final Singles, Doubles

When will the 2023 Cincinnati Open be played? Cincinnati Masters Schedule & Dates

The 2023 edition of the Cincinnati Open will kick-start from Monday, August 14 with the singles finals on both sides of the draw to be held on the following Sunday, August 20.

The first round matches will be played on the first two days of the tournament while the second round matches will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The qualifying rounds will be held in its leadup, on August 12 and 13.

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Who is playing at the 2023 Cincinnati Open? Player List Here

We will have more information on the player list for the Cincinnati Open and Cincinnati Masters as we get closer to the start of the tournament but because of the solid profile of this tournament, we can expect it to feature most of the top players in the world.

Daniil Medvedev kick-started the 2022 edition of the Cincinnati Open as the top seed and he was joined by Rafael Nadal who was the second seed. Nadal returned to action after suffering an injury to his abdominal muscle at Wimbledon.

On the women’s side of things, Iga Swiatek was the top seed in 2022 and she had Anett Kontaveit, Paula Badosa, Ons Jabeur and Maria Sakkari for company.

Here’s the seeded player list of those who participated in last year’s Cincinnati Open.

Men’s Singles

Daniil Medvedev
Rafael Nadal
Carlos Alcaraz
Stefanos Tsitsipas
Casper Ruud
Andrey Rublev
Félix Auger-Aliassime
Hubert Hurkacz
Cameron Norrie
Jannik Sinner
Taylor Fritz
Matteo Berrettini
Diego Schwartzman
Marin Čilić
Roberto Bautista Agut
Grigor Dimitrov

Women’s Singles

Iga Świątek
Anett Kontaveit
Paula Badosa
Maria Sakkari
Ons Jabeur
Aryna Sabalenka
Jessica Pegula
Garbiñe Muguruza
Daria Kasatkina
Emma Raducanu
Coco Gauff
Belinda Bencic
Leylah Fernandez
Karolína Plíšková
Simona Halep
Jeļena Ostapenko

What Happened at the 2022 Cincinnati Open?

Unseeded player Borna Coric made a shock run to the final where he then defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas to lift the trophy.

As a 152nd-ranked player featuring in the tournament, Coric became the lowest-ranked player to clinch a title in a Masters tournament. Coric, who had never made it beyond the quarterfinal stage of a Grand Slam tournament before this, overcame the likes of Lorenzo Musetti, Rafael Nadal, Roberto Bautista-Agut, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Cameron Norrie to make the final.

The women’s singles title was won by another unseeded player Caroline Garcia.

In fact, Garcia started off as a qualifier who needed to win eight matches in a row to add another title to her season’s list. The Frenchwoman had earlier won a couple of WTA 1000 tournaments but none since 2017.

Garcia defeated Petra Kvitova 6-2, 6-4 in the final having also usurped Aryna Sabalenka, Jessica Pegula and Maria Sakkari in the previous rounds.

The men’s singles title at the 2021 Cincinnati Open was won by Alexander Zverev, who defeated Andrey Rublev in the final, 6-2, 6-3. Zverev had earlier sent out Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinal while Rublev had stunned the top seeded and fellow Russian Daniil Medvedev.

Australia’s Ash Barty won the women’s singles title in 2021, defeating Jil Teichmann in the final, following a run in the tournament where she didn’t drop a single set.

Barty had overcome Angelique Kerber while Teichmann stunned Karolina Pliskova in their respective semifinals.

Novak Djokovic and Victoria Azarenka came through in the men’s and women’s singles draws respectively to clinch the 2020 edition of the Cincinnati Open.

In a competition which was held in the New York bubble in the lead-up to the US Open, Djokovic overcame a first set loss in the final to defeat Milos Raonic in the title decider. The women’s singles final saw Naomi Osaka give her opponent Azarenka a walkover because of an injury.

Interestingly, Osaka and Azarenka would go on to meet in the final of the US Open two weeks later with the Japanese player winning the title at Flushing Meadows.

Rafael Nadal opted out of the tournament while Dominic Thiem did not make it past the second round in the men’s draw. On the other hand, six of the top eight seeds in the women’s draw failed to make it beyond the third round with only Osaka and Johanna Konta entering the semifinal.

Daniil Medvedev won the 2019 Cincinnati Masters title by beating David Goffin in straight sets in the final. He had earlier defeated the defending champion Novak Djokovic in the semifinal to make it to the title-decider while Goffin crushed Richard Gasquet in the other last-four match.

Interestingly, both, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer withdrew from the tournament before the competition began, but Djokovic was unable to take advantage of the situation, going down to the rising star, Russia’s Medvedev.

The women’s singles title was won by Madison Keys, who overcame surprise finalist Svetlana Kuznetsova. Kuznetsova defeated top seeded Ash Barty in the semifinal while Keys was a straight-set winner over fellow American Sofia Kenin in the other last-four encounter.

Third seeded Karolina Pliskova reached the quarterfinal but went down to Kuznetsova while second seeded Naomi Osaka retired from her quarterfinal match in the final set against Kenin. Venus Williams and Maria Sakkari were the other losing quarterfinalists.

This was after Novak Djokovic, won the 2018 title by beating Roger Federer in the final. He won 6-4, 6-4 to complete a haul of all nine Masters tournament wins.

Rafael Nadal was expected to be the top seed but withdrew before the tournament began.

Djokovic needed three sets to get past Marin Cilic in the semi-finals while Federer won his semi-final after David Goffin retired midway during their encounter after losing the first set. Milos Raonic, Pablo Carreno Busta, Juan Martin del Potro and Stan Wawrinka were the fellow quarter-finalists in the competition.

Third seeded Alexander Zverev was knocked out by Robin Haase in the second round, while defending champion Grigor Dimitrov and sixth seeded Kevin Anderson made it to the third.

In the women’s singles draw, Kiki Bertens overcame a tough challenge from the top seeded Simona Halep in the final to win the title. She lost the first set and needed a tie-breaker in the second before overturning Halep and winning the encounter and first ever Premier 5 title.

Unseeded Bertens had earlier stunned Petra Kvitova in the semi-finals, Elina Svitolina in the quarter-finals, and Caroline Wozniacki (who retired after being a set down) in round two en route the title. Defending champion Garbine Muguruza was dumped out in the second round.

In the 2017 edition of the competition, Grigor Dimitrov defeated Nick Kyrgios in the final to lift the title, while David Ferrer and John Isner were the losing semi-finalists.

Kyrgios’ passage to the final consisted of defeating Rafael Nadal in the quarter-final while Roger Federer, who was the second seed in the tournament withdrew before it began because of an injury.

In the women’s singles final, Garbine Muguruza triumphed by beating Simona Halep, after she had knocked the top seeded Karolina Pliskova off the perch in straight sets in the semi-finals.

Previous ATP and WTA Cincinnati Champions

Men’s Singles

2022: Borna Coric
2021: Alexander Zverev
2020: Novak Djokovic
2019: Daniil Medvedev
2018: Novak Djokovic
2017: Grigor Dimitrov
2016: Marin Cilic
2015: Roger Federer
2014: Roger Federer
2013: Rafael Nadal
2012: Roger Federer
2011: Andy Murry
2010: Roger Federer
2009: Roger Federer

Women’s Singles

2022: Caroline Garcia
2021: Ash Barty
2020: Victoria Azarenka
2019: Madison Keys
2018: Kiki Bertens
2017: Garbine Muguruza
2016: Karolina Pliskova
2015: Serena Williams
2014: Serena Williams
2013: Victoria Azarenka
2012: Li Na
2011: Maria Sharapova
2010: Kim Clijsters
2009: Jelena Jankovic

How to watch 2023 Cincinnati Open Live Streaming?

There are multiple ways to watch the WTA Cincinnati Open and ATP Cincinnati Masters live streaming on your device, whichever that may be, and we have mentioned some of the best ones here. In this article, we will tell you how to find the 2023 Cincinnati Open live streaming links.

We will begin with an option in which you do not have to pay a monthly premium or a subscription fee to be able to watch the Cincinnati Masters live. All you need here is a pre-funded account or you need to have bet at least 24 hours before the event to be able to watch the streaming.

You can catch all the tennis action from the Cincinnati Masters 2023 live with Bet365.com. Being one of the world’s most trusted bookmakers, they are also known for their world-class platform and top-notch systems to live stream every single major sporting event.

A pre-funded account is an account implies you need to register with bet365 (process mentioned below) and make a one-time deposit of about $10 or more. Once you have that, you can visit the live streaming tab and select the ‘ATP Cincinnati Masters’ or ‘WTA Cincinnati Open’ option to catch all the action live. The best part is that this tournament is just one of the 100,000+ events that Bet365 live streams every year.

  • Go to Bet365.com here
  • Register with Bet365.com (or log in to your account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the ‘ATP Cincinnati Masters’ or ‘WTA Cincinnati Open’ live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

Keep in mind that this site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours.

Remember, geo-restrictions might apply.

If you have any other problems accessing the Cincinnati Masters live stream, kindly let us know in the comments section below.

Bet365 isn’t the only bookmaker that offers tennis live streams, although admittedly they are the best in the business. You can explore this very option with another bookmaker that offers tennis live streaming services – Unibet.com.

Unibet.com also covers a broad spectrum of sports and tennis events like the one in Cincinnati. You can follow the event live on their page by creating an account and making a small deposit of $10 or more. Alternately, you must have bet in the last 24 hours of the stream using the same account to access the live streaming link.

Here too, geo-restrictions may apply.

The third option is to watch it live on Amazon Prime in the UK. The best part about watching ATP tennis on Amazon Prime is if you are not yet subscribed to it, you can do so by signing on for a free, month-long trial period and cancel your connection any time you desire.

Sign up here for the free, trial period for 30 days with Amazon Prime to watch the Cincinnati Masters live streaming in the UK.

You can also sign up with Tennis TV and WTATV.com.

Now while the Tennis TV subscription costs $14.99 per month, it also allows tennis fans to watch the live streaming of this Cincinnati Open along with stuff like player interviews, highlights, full replays and classics. If you are looking to watch the WTA Cincinnati Open live, then you will have to pay an extra $9.99 per month for it.

Watch 2023 Cincinnati Open Live on TV

The Cincinnati Open will be live on TV in your respective country as well and this is how you can watch it live.

  • Canada: RDS, TSN
  • United Kingdom: Sky Sport
  • Cyprus: CYTA
  • Denmark: TV3
  • Finland: MTV
  • Germany: Sky DE
  • Greece: Skai
  • Italy: SuperSport
  • Netherlands: Fox
  • Romania: Digi Sport
  • Switzerland: CHSRG, SRG
  • Taiwan: Sportcast
  • Thailand: Truevisions
  • India: Sony ESPN
CountryTV Channel
AfghanistanMSM (Sony)
BangladeshMSM (Sony)
BhutanMSM (Sony)
ShanghaiShanghai Media
Hong KongPCCW
IndiaMSM (Sony)
JapanGaora Sports Channel
South KoreaEclat
MalaysiaMeasat (Astro Supersport)
MaldivesMSM (Sony)
NepalMSM (Sony)
PakistanMSM (Sony)
PhilippinesElite Sport
SingaporeStarhub (Supersports)
Sri LankaMSM (Sony)
TaiwanSino Catch (Sportcast)
ThailandCineplex (Truevisions)
VietnamCanal+ Overseas
MENABeIn Sport
CanadaTennis Canada/Rogers Sportsnet
CaribbeanESPN International
South AmericaESPN International
United StatesTennis Channel
United StatesESPN (Indian Wells, Miami, Nitto ATP Finals)
United StatesESPN (Canada, Cincinnati)
AfricaCanal+ Overseas/Africa
MENABeIn Sport
AustralasiaESPN International
AndorraSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
AndorraTVE (Siccative)
AustriaSky Deutschland
BelgiumTelenet (Play Sports)
Bosnia & HerzegovinaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
CroatiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
Czech RepublicTolano (Digi Sport)
DenmarkModern Times Group (TV3)
GeorgiaSilk Media
GermanySky Deutschland
GreeceHellenic (OTE TV)
HungaryRCS & RDS (Digisport)
Italy, San Marino & Vatican CitySky Italia
LichtensteinSky Deutschland
LuxembourgSky Deutschland
MontenegroUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NetherlandsFox Sports
North MacedoniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NorwayModern Times Group (Viaplay)
PortugalSport TV
RomaniaRCS & RDS (Digisport)
SerbiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SlovakiaTolano (Digi Sport)
SloveniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SpainSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
SpainTVE (Siccative)
SwitzerlandSky Deutschland
SwedenModern Times Group (Viaplay)
TurkeySaran (agent to many channels)
United Kingdom & ROIAmazon Prime Video
WorldwideTennis TV